How gracious is the Lord, and just; our God has compassion. The Lord protects the simple hearts; I was helpless so He saved me.
I was recently asked to take a survey on my feelings about racism. Do I consider myself racist? Do I believe in reverse racism? Do I think America is living up to it’s belief that “all men are created equal”? What do I think of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem? Throughout the survey, … Continue reading Racism
On the Fourth of July, my family continued a long-standing American tradition; we celebrated our country’s Independence Day by reading aloud the document we honor with that day: The Declaration of Independence. I believe that looking carefully at this document helps us understand our history and the purpose for which this nation was founded. I … Continue reading Declaration Part I
Tears ran down the little girl’s face. As she ran to her father, she didn’t wipe them away. “Paul hit me,” she said. Paul was close behind. “She messed up the chess board on purpose.” Their father frowned. “You don’t hit girls. Apologize.” The girl looked at Paul. He crossed his arms and rolled his … Continue reading Forgiveness